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Visual Basic Examples

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ISBN-10: 1929685157

ISBN-13: 9781929685158

Edition: 2nd 2001

Authors: John Smiley

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Professor John Smiley answers 100 questions he's most commonly asked by beginning and intermediate programmers in "Learn to Program Visual Basic Examples." This book includes a unique interactive format, provides practical applications for programmers, and details solutions that are diffucult to find in help files and standard documentation. This book is thought-provoking reading for all Visual Basic programmers -- not just in answering problems, but also introducing some neat techniques you may never have thought of for giving your programs real power.
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Book details

List price: $29.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Course Technology
Publication date: 3/1/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 485
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

with 100 common questions and answers, this book carefully covers documentation tips, tricks, and tecniques used by VB Programmers. Sample questions include
How do I center a Command Button within a Form?
Is there an way to clear the contents of the Immediate window?
How can I deselect all the items in a list box?
How can I prevent more than one `instance' of my program from running at once?
I'm using the Print method, but nothing is printing--why not?
Is there a way to permanently add a control to the Toolbox?
How do I back up the Windows Registry?
Is there a way to place an icon on a menu bar?
Can I declare more than one variable on a line?
Can I implement Cut, Copy, and Paste in a program?
Is there an easy way to erase every member of an array?
Why do I get an `Ambiguos Name' error?
How can I detect the difference between numbers pressed on the standard keyboard and the numeric keypad?
All things being equal, is it better to set a property or execute a method?
How can I replace characters in a string variable?
Can I detect the Cancel button being pressed in an input box?